The Sibylline oracles are messages, warnings, and prophetic verses of the polytheistic religion of the Etruscans and Romans; in addition, it was used by Greeks and others under the rule of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. The Sibylline oracles in their complete and un-tampered form remain lost since, at least, 400s CE.
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- O MEN, why do ye vainly think on things
Too lofty, as if ye immortal were?
- Warning against excessive hunger for power, . The Sibylline Oracles, Book XIV. The Internet Sacred Text Archive.